The Order of Young Magicians


The Order of Young Magicians (OOYM) is a friendly assembly of Conscious Observers of Consciousness (COOC's), who among their interests include the spreading of Awareness awareness,
reality hacking,
Slack n' Love!

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devidsketchbook:

CEMENT ECLIPSES @ CHIAPAS MEXICO

Artist Isaac Cordal (tumblr / facebook) - “With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street. Cement Eclipses is a critical definition of our behavior as a social mass. The art work intends to catch the attention on our devalued relation with the nature through a critical look to the collateral effects of our evolution. With the master touch of a stage director, the figures are placed in locations that quickly open doors to other worlds. The scenes zoom in the routine tasks of the contemporary human being”.

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efedra:

Animus & Anima, 2012 by Kris Martin

efedra:

Animus & Anima, 2012 by Kris Martin

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madamedevereshideaway:

The red & the black
Photo Illustration of Zhang Ziyi by Hunter & Gatti for Flaunt Magazine

madamedevereshideaway:

The red & the black

Photo Illustration of Zhang Ziyi by Hunter & Gatti for Flaunt Magazine

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karamazove:

Mlle Cora Laparcerie by Leopold Reutlinger c.1905

karamazove:

Mlle Cora Laparcerie by Leopold Reutlinger c.1905

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spells-of-life:

Major Arcana
 I - l’abilità - the ability (the Magician) II - la sapienza - the wisdom (the High Priestess) III - l’intelligenza - the intellect (the Empress) IV - la volontà - the willingness (the Emperor) V - la fede - the faith (the Pope) VI - la fertilità - the fertility (the Love) VII - il percorso - the route (the Chariot) VIII - l’equilibrio - the equilibrium (the Justice) IX - la meditazione - the meditation (the Hermit) X - il fato - the fate (the Wheel of Fortune) XI - l’energia - the energy (the Strength) XII - l’espiazione - the expiation (the Hanged) XIII - la metamorfosi - the metamorphosis (the Arcanum without a name - the Death) XIV - l’anima - the soul (the Temperance) XV - la seduzione - the seduction (the Devil) XVI - il crollo - the fall (the Tower) XVII - i desideri - the wishes (the Stars) XVIII - le illusioni - the illusions (the Moon) XIX - il benessere - the welfare (the Sun) XX - il risveglio - the awakening (the Judgement) XXI - il labirinto - the labyrinth (the World) 0 - l’immaginario - the imaginary (the Fool)

spells-of-life:

Major Arcana

 I - l’abilità - the ability (the Magician)
 II - la sapienza - the wisdom (the High Priestess)
 III - l’intelligenza - the intellect (the Empress)
 IV - la volontà - the willingness (the Emperor)
 V - la fede - the faith (the Pope)
 VI - la fertilità - the fertility (the Love)
 VII - il percorso - the route (the Chariot)
 VIII - l’equilibrio - the equilibrium (the Justice)
 IX - la meditazione - the meditation (the Hermit)
 X - il fato - the fate (the Wheel of Fortune)
 XI - l’energia - the energy (the Strength)
 XII - l’espiazione - the expiation (the Hanged)
 XIII - la metamorfosi - the metamorphosis (the Arcanum without a name - the Death)
 XIV - l’anima - the soul (the Temperance)
 XV - la seduzione - the seduction (the Devil)
 XVI - il crollo - the fall (the Tower)
 XVII - i desideri - the wishes (the Stars)
 XVIII - le illusioni - the illusions (the Moon)
 XIX - il benessere - the welfare (the Sun)
 XX - il risveglio - the awakening (the Judgement)
 XXI - il labirinto - the labyrinth (the World)
 0 - l’immaginario - the imaginary (the Fool)

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Life and Death Contrasted (c.1770)
A striking image from the British engraver and publisher Valentine Green, illustrating the idea that life, with all its frivolity and distractions (symbolised by the romance novel, parlour games, and high society lady in all her finery) is in fact – echoing the sentiment of Ecclesiastes (quoted on the obelisk) – nothing but “vanity”, all lives as they do inevitably ending in death. (via)

Life and Death Contrasted (c.1770)

A striking image from the British engraver and publisher Valentine Green, illustrating the idea that life, with all its frivolity and distractions (symbolised by the romance novel, parlour games, and high society lady in all her finery) is in fact – echoing the sentiment of Ecclesiastes (quoted on the obelisk) – nothing but “vanity”, all lives as they do inevitably ending in death. (via)

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nataliakoptseva:

Nikolai Roerich

nataliakoptseva:

Nikolai Roerich

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